WARRENSBURG - George B. Studnicky III, President of Creative Stage Lighting Co. and a 27-year resident of North Creek, has joined the board of the Hudson Headwaters Health Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that raises funds to support Hudson Headwaters Health Network.
"We are delighted that George had joined our Foundation Board," said John Rugge, M.D., CEO of Hudson Headwaters. "Creative Stage Lighting has been a staunch supporter of Hudson Headwaters, beginning with the renovation of the North Creek Health Center seven years ago. The Foundation will benefit greatly from George's experience as one of the region's most successful businessmen."
Studnicky founded Creative Stage Lighting in 1977 in Mount Arlington, NJ. In 1981, he relocated the business and his family to North Creek, NY. Since then, the company has grown into a nationally known manufacturer and wholesale lighting supplier. Its production division has lit stages for groups as widespread as Meat Loaf, Paul Anka, John Denver, Celtic Woman, Phish and Maroon 5.
In 2005, Studnicky was awarded the "Outstanding Businessman Award" by the Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board. He is involved in sponsorships, scholarships and other opportunities for North Creek area youth. These include programs run by Johnsburg Central School such as Pop Singers and Stage Band, Dollars for Scholars, and Camp Colby, as well as programs run by the Town of Johnsburg such as Little League and Warren County Sheriff's Camp. For the past eight years, Creative Stage Lighting has sponsored Youtheatre in Lake George.
Hudson Headwaters is a not-for-profit, community-based network of health centers and health programs, serving the Lake George/Adirondack and Glens Falls Region. Its health centers are located in Bolton Landing, Chestertown, Glens Falls, Indian Lake, Moreau, Moriah, North Creek, Queensbury, Schroon Lake, Ticonderoga and Warrensburg.